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‘Like’ if you are going camping for Memorial Day.
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Happy Mother's Day! What is one thing that your mother taught you that no one else could?
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How many miles separate us? Are you a local or were you traveling?
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There is nothing like the taste of a delicious meal cooked over an open flame. What's your favorite camping food?
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"+1" if you would rather be here.
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David L. left us a 🌟🌟🌟🌟🌟 review on Facebook: "My families favorite place to go camping and fishing! We go several times a year."
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Did you know children learn through play? Make your next vacation an educational one with a visit to our playground :)
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Seasonal campers, overnight guests and those who fall somewhere in between. How long does your usual camping trip last?
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Many campers wait until Memorial Day Weekend to unleash their inner camper but we have it on good authority that the veterans plan their getaways a few weeks earlier. Why? Because we're offering a FREE night to anyone who wants to Come Camp & Care with us on May 9th & 10th!
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Happy Easter! How do you celebrate this special day?
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You've been bundled up in your parka all winter, shivering each time you walked out the door. Just like you need to shake off the winter blues, your RV does too! Here are some tips to prepare for a summer of fun.
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How do you like your marshmallows? Warmed up a little, with a nice golden brown coating or fried to a crisp?
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1777 Prizer Point Rd Cadiz, KY 42211
1777 Prizer Point RdUSKYCadiz42211
(270) 522-3762koa.com
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The Kentucky Lakes / Prizer Point KOA is situated between two of the largest lakes in the entire state, in a beautiful area known for its natural beauty and wildlife. Stay with us and experience spacious RV sites, tent sites and many different kinds of cabins from sleeping only to those with full kitchens and private bathrooms. Guests will enjoy a full service marina, playground, heated swimming pool, bike rentals, boat rentals and much more.
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Kurt Ellrich
reviewed 4 weeks ago
Traveled with another family to Prizer Point. Chose this campground based on its website where everything looked so good. Campsite was nice right on water with large concrete pad. However, it was most expensive campground I have ever stayed at. We always camp with the same families and always get golf carts and have never had any issues until here. A very expensive RV had been hit by something and sustained about $6000 damage. Owner of RV assumed a golf cart had hit it and campground manager took away are cart with no explanation other than golf cart had a scratch that she says was not there before. We have two children ages 16 and 17 who have valid drivers licenses and according to campground rules they can drive carts. Manager assumed boys had hit the RV with no proof other than supposed new scratch on golf cart. Boys were not even in area where RV was parked and the only time boys where driving carts when accident occurred a parent was on cart. In addition campground employees where riding on carts and lawn mowers that day as well but blame fell on us. Golf carts and most equipment campground offers is in terrible shape. I have plenty of photos to prove. So if you stay here and rent equipment make sure you inspect very closely and make them document any damages or flaws. Just be prepared to be documenting for a while. Manager claimed that scratch in golf cart was not there before and that she inspects equipment every night but could not supply me with any type of damage report to prove scratch was there or not. After blaming us for cart damage it was witnessed by other campers and reported to supervision that an employee was doing burn outs in a golf cart. So if you want to pay around $94 per night to camp and $60 per day for golf carts that are in terrible shape then this place is for you.
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Tess Lindsey
reviewed a week ago
We have camped there several times and it is our favorite camping spot. The views are beautiful, the fishing is good and there are lots of activities for the kids.
A Google User
reviewed 3 years ago
Stayed at Prizor Point July 2nd - 5th, 2010! Guess I expected way more than what they can offer considering we payed well over $2,500 for our family to stay in 2 bungalows for a few days. First we got there and checked in(staff was nice). Long story short, both bungalows niether central air unit was working, the one window unit in each bungalow could not handle to 95degree plus temps trying to cool the entire place. Asked staff why they advertise central A\C units if they dont work and the response we got from a maintenance man was, "they just cant work right in this hot of temps, we have these problems every july. we dont have the parts to fix it and there is not much we can do except see if there is a fan for you onsite, which will just blow around hot air." I guess i am a little confused why you advertise central A\C if that is sooo not the case. We luckly got 1 little old fan brought to us from the managers house! Thanks to Howard , another maintenance man, he was an angel sent from above. He was gracious enough to enstall another window ac unit in the other bungalow we had rented to help with the not working A\C in that one. (the only spare one on the grounds)! Ended up having a good time but should not have to worry about being cool enough in 2 bungalows we payed over $2,500 to rent when they advertised WORKING A\C! Also they advertise bikes and things for the kids, but keep in mind it is first come first serve and there are only about 4 of each kind for the entire place. So unless you are there when they unlock the bikes at 8am your outta luck, unless you can track one down someone else has ditched! The only PRO - Loved the Kiddie POOL very nice for us adults too!
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joe jones
reviewed 2 months ago
I was looking for a place to park my camper and do some fishing and let the grandkids have some fun. I checked out this place and could tell as I drove through that this place was going to be a dump. It's out in the middle of nowhere but the website looked like it had all we needed. The pool had a sign posted that it has been closed by order of the health department so there goes the kids fun. For a KOA campground/resort it sure looked like the pits. Management should be able to drop some money in this place with the money they are stealing from people.
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A Google User
reviewed 2 years ago
cons: - most expensive KOA we've ever stayed at - check-in very confusing...NOT at entrance rather at the dock slips. - advertise "restaurant", but when we arrived at like 7 they advise only serve pizza and close at 8. - no breakfast except on weekends either. - kitchen is extremely dirty and is in dire need of a cleaning. - like other reviewer....very few bikes for entire campground - golf carts require (!!) licensed driver, yet all i ever saw were 8-11 year olds driving around...scary! - very few grocery items in store....VERY few! major let down. - iceberg they put in the lake is only open certain days....and unless you are a VERY fit 13 yr old boy forget trying this at all. it's impossible! only 2 people got to the top all day long. major let down!! - shower facilities were so-so - staff nice, but don't seem to know much....office staff young and not very informed pros - beautiful view - two pools...one 3.6" with play area and bigger pool to 8" deep - jumping pillow was big fun for my son! we won't be coming back. the roads were super skinny and horrible to navigate to get here. price was outrageous. this is basically a marina with a campground and don't expect more than that.
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A Google User
reviewed 2 years ago
We stay here every year for our family reunion its very pricey but a nice place for the family and if you have children its pretty far away from every thing like gas stations and the store is too expensive